Visit, tasting and lunch at the Bois Cheri tea plantation. The plantations are the second stop on the tea route in Mauritius and well worth a stop if you are discovering the southern part of the island.

View from the Cafe at the Tea plantations of Bois Chéri in Mauritius - Things to do in Mauritius - Visits in Mauritius

The Château de Labourdonnais is a beautiful estate located in the North of the Island and the visit is well worth it to discover the colonial past of Mauritius, beautiful gardens and tasty rum.

Château de Laboudonnais - colonial house located in the northern part of Mauritius - Things to do in Mauritius, Visits in Mauritius, Mauritius History - #mauritius #colonial #travel

The Rhumerie de Chamarel is a beautiful place to discover the way agricultural rum is made in Mauritius. Read more about the tour, the tasting and also their restaurant.

Entrance of Rum distillery of Chamarel - Locaed in the Southern part of Mauritius. Things to do in Mauritius

Visit The Blue Penny Museum
in Port Louis! Learn all about our famous stamp, Paul et Viriginie and discover a great exposition about maps. They also do temporary expositions. Located in Le Caudan Waterfront.

Blue Penny Museum in Port Louis

The Story of Paul et Virginie, the two young Mauritian lovers, is worldwide known. It is a beautiful story and here I take you back in time. You get Mauritian history through a romance: you will learn all about the fate of the St Géran and the 2 lovers.




Posted by Julz

Hi! Hope you are enjoying my travel blog about Mauritius! I am a Danish Expat, mum of 2. Currently we live in Mauritius and we absolutely love it. I am taking you around this beautiful island and also other travels we enjoy!

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